Runners Spread Hope, Raise Funds for Critical Services

RAINN’s annual Lace Up for RAINN 5K event went off without a hitch, raising more than $60,000 for critical sexual assault services. 

Working with a Therapist After Sexual Assault: What You Need to Ask

As we recognize Mental Health Awareness Month, here are five questions to ask a therapist if you are a survivor of sexual violence.

Disclosure of Sexual Abuse in USA Gymnastics Sets Off Wheels of Change

More than 80 brave gymnasts have come forward with sexual abuse allegations against USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, sparking widespread change in the way the organization handles allegations of abuse.

RAINN Statement on Nassar Case Gag Order

The scandal at USA Gymnastics would never have come to light if not for the courageous decisions of dozens of victims to step forward and tell the world what happened. We should celebrate their courage, not silence their voices. 

RAINN Prepares for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month 2017

Every April, the country recognizes Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM) to bring increased attention to these crimes and the ways communities can work together to prevent them. 

Early Warning Signs of Dating Violence

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Learn more about the early warning signs dating violence and how to get help.

Insights from the Hotline Room: Self-Care in the New Year

Support specialists from the National Sexual Assault Hotline share tips on practicing self-care in the new year.

Insights from the Hotline Room: Planning for Holiday Gatherings

The holiday season can present challenges for some survivors of sexual abuse and incest. RAINN support specialists who operate the National Sexual Assault Hotline share strategies for survivors to feel safe during this time. 

Sexual Assault Is Not “Locker Room Talk”: RAINN’s Statement on the Trump Tape

Bragging or joking about sexual violence is offensive and unacceptable. “Any language that condones sexual assault, no matter where it takes place, is not okay,” said Jodi Omear, RAINN’s vice president for communications.

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